Amazon just gave you another reason to buy a nightlight and read books by Black activists thanks to Them. This is a good thing. There are so many scary stories in the anthology that it even scared Stephen King. Because this new show is so powerful that you should put it on your list to watch over the weekend.
How do you know if there will be a Them Season 2? Is that why you want to know what those sad last moments in Season 1 mean? We’re taking care of you.
Will There Be Another Season of Them?
There’s no doubt about it. People learned about the Little Marvin show on Amazon in July of this year. It was given a two-season order right away. But we may only see the Emory family in the first season.
Them, like American Horror Story, is meant to be a horror anthology show. Each season will have a new cast and a new group of people. They will all be different. For a few weeks, after I read Little Marvin’s script, it was still in my head. Lena Waithe, the show’s executive producer, said when the show was first announced that he had written something that was “provocative and scary.”
It will show how scary it was to be black in 1953. Being black in 2018 is just as bad. It will also show us that. This anthology series will look at the cultural differences between all of us and look at us vs. them in a way we’ve never seen before.”
When Will Season 2 of Them Start?
That’s hard to say. There was a show called “Them” that was first announced in 2018. It didn’t get its showrunner and cast until a year after that. When it was officially started in July of 2019, the show was going to start in April of 2021. It’s not clear how much COVID-19 changed that timeline, but it looks like it takes about a year and a half to make a new season of Them. It’s likely that we’ll see another one in 2022.\
How Did Season 1 End?
In the end, there is a lot of horrors and a gut-punch ending. Before we do anything else, let’s get Betty’s loose end out of the way (Alison Pill).
During the middle of Them: Covenant, Betty had sex with her milkman, George (Ryan Kwanten). In the end, it turned out that he wasn’t as popular as he seemed. He was more like a crazy kidnapper. George took Betty to his farm and put her in a bunker on his land. When she tried to flee, he shot her right away. There is a good chance that Betty is dead, even though her nosy neighbors will not know that.
In Emory: Them Episode 10 began with a very scary situation. The racist neighbors and cursed house kept Lucky (Deborah Ayorinde) from being able to think straight. She was taken to the hospital. When Lucky saw how well her doctor thought she was taking care of herself, he knew better. She was going to be lobotomized soon.
Henry (Ashley Thomas), on the other hand, was not in a better situation. They were trying to get away from the neighborhood, but some of the people who wanted to know what happened to Betty were there to stop them. Of course, Henry didn’t know, and of course, they didn’t believe what he said to them. They beat Henry and tried to hang him in front of Ruby and Gracie (Melody Hurd).
He managed to get out of the hospital at the same time that Henry got away from his captors. He almost shot Marty’s (Pat Healy) baby as well, but he changed his mind at the last second and didn’t do it. When Lucky saw them, he quickly joined them.
During her first steps into the building, the building was enveloped in a ring of fire. When Episode 8 had a look back, did you see the curses and magic? That was very real, and Lucky, whether or not she knew it, used it.
The Emory matriarch came back to a broken house. They were all in their own kind of hell, but Lucky was able to save them one by one. For Gracie, it was being spanked by her favorite teacher, Miss Vera, who she had made up. As for Ruby, it was being choked by her own mother. He also had to deal with his own blackface-wearing ghost.
Henry tried to get Lucky to leave the house, but she wasn’t done yet, so he didn’t get her. Children: “We’re not going to flee them.” “We’re not running from anyone anymore,” she said as she went into the basement and faced her own demons. For Lucky vs. The Black Hat Man, get ready! (Christopher Heyerdahl).
By bringing Lucky’s baby boy back to life, the Black Hat Man tried to get Lucky to stay with him for good. This is how he did it: It wasn’t Lucky who saw through his tricks. Instead, she took the rosary away from him and said, “I see you.” This man had been a hypocrite for years and used the Lord’s name as an excuse to abuse people. It worked, and the Black Hat Man caught fire.